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When you have a website or blog you want to stand out from all the other websites out, which is why having a good WordPress theme that sets you apart is so critical. There are millions of websites that are run using WordPress and with that, there are many themes out there that are being used many times over...
In my effort to keep up with my resolution this month, here is another list of some goodies. CSS3 is already a hit and still many designers/developers haven’t tried their hands on it. Well, CSSJockey to their rescue. Worry no more, Resources are galore!!!
Designing a logo or a corporate identity sometimes eat up a whole lot of project time than designing its theme or any other part of the site. It may be the misguiding client specifications list or a designer's block, or for starters a know-how block. Well, one can find numerous tutorials posted for designing a logo, but I've handpicked a few of most commonly used tools and designing elements that go into making an appealing logo.
We all know about the age old fight of web developers, site owners, designers and web service providers with the timeworn Internet Explorer 6 users. Interestingly, this fight has been supported by many communities across the globe and Microsoft gave its share by taking away all support for IE6 with the launch of IE7. Finally, Google fully joined the war with Microsoft and the rest of the world against IE6 users with this bold step.
Over the past few years, Internet has evolved as a gigantic bazaar. Everybody here has some sort of business, whether it's big or small. Be it buying or selling goods or services, or merely sharing information / knowledge, everybody is into marketing something. It's not just another lounge it's much more than a silicon city. In pursuance of his or her business, everyone works under the umbrella called Brand.
It has been seen that different software applications don't work on different platforms in a same fashion and this applies to websites more commonly. People use different browsers like Firefox, IE6, IE7, IE8, Safari, Opera and many such as per their convenience. However, the question that boggled the minds of many developers was, Will their website look or work evenly in such browsers?
It's a competitive world out there. To beat the heat, you need to know much more and most up to date info about the market numbers, than your rivals. And in such situation, if you're not making use of the excellent tools available online, you ought to be left out way behind the world. It's an era of online marketing...
If you think WordPress is just a blogging platform, just take a quick look at other pages of CSSJockey (starting right with the homepage). Think Again!! Could you do off that with a just-blogging-software? Absolutely not! Custom Pages, Custom Widgets, Gallery, Portfolio, eCommerce! What, out of these, and even more hasn't been set up using WordPress.